Different Types of Schizophrenia
There are many different types of schizophrenia that may affect you or a loved one.
By understanding the differences between the variations, you can help assess whether or not you might be suffering from the condition and learn the appropriate action to take to overcome this issue.
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Here are the main five types of this illness.
Those who are suffering from paranoid-type schizophrenia are usually characterized by having some form of delusions or hallucinations present, but maintain a relatively normal mental functioning apart from that.
This means they may be able to carry on normally as best as possible without seeing too many negative side effects in their everyday lives.
They may still be viewed as 'strange' by others, or may also show increased signs of anger, being aloof, or being easy to argue with others.
Often, the delusions they experience are related to a belief that they are being watched or unfairly persecuted, so this is typically something they speak about quite often.
Another of the different types of schizophrenia is the disorganized type, which is one that is characterized most readily by a poor speech pattern and behaviour that appears as very disorganized or difficult to understand.
These individuals may also show a mix of emotions that are not always appropriate for the situation at hand, or not tied whatsoever to what they are experiencing. Often, this disorganized behaviour will make itself present in routine tasks such as cooking, bathing, or getting ready in the morning.
Because of this, this is one form of schizophrenia that really does tend to have a negative impact on the person's daily life.
The next of the different types of schizophrenia to be discussed is catatonic-type schizophrenia.
Those who are suffering from catatonic-type schizophrenia usually show their greatest symptoms physically, as they will have a very large disturbance in their everyday movement patterns. They may be completely immobile at times, or they may demonstrate very random movement patterns that are quick and all over the place.
These people may be at a risk of hurting themselves or others due to these irregular movements, so careful watch over someone suffering from this type of schizophrenia is important.
Next on the list of different types of schizophrenia is the undifferentiated-type.
The undifferentiated-variety is classified as a situation where someone is experiencing a variety of all the signs and symptoms listed above and thus cannot be categorized into one of the different types of schizophrenia. These people may have symptoms of one particular type that come and go, or they may show mild signs of all together at once.
Finally, the last variation that occurs is the residual type, which is at least one bout of schizophrenic behaviour that appears over the course of a few months. This is most common with those who are moving past full blown schizophrenia but have not completely overcome it yet.
Very similar to how an alcoholic may relapse from time to time, it's hoped that individuals with this variation will show less frequent occurrences as time goes on, so that they are on the positive trend toward getting better.
There are many different types of schizophrenia, which can make this a hard illness to understand. It is vital that you seek help from a mental health professional if you do experience any of the above mentioned symptoms, as the sooner you can get help, the better your chances of quickly moving past this illness.
Having read about the different types of schizophrenia, you can learn more about this mental health disease by reading the other related schizophrenia articles and pages.
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